GSK's Discovery Fast Track Australian Challenge is designed to accelerate the translation of early-stage research into game-changing new medicines.
Eight rising stars of Australian science have been selected to attend a highly prestigious annual gathering of Nobel Laureates and young scientists from around the world.
Cancer Institute NSW has announced $12 million in grants funding, supporting 20 projects that are set to improve the lives of cancer patients across the state.
Professor Kevin Galvin won the Antoine M. Gaudin Award "for advancements in the science and engineering of innovative systems for coal and mineral beneficiation".
The Australian Academy of Science is inviting Australian researchers to nominate for the APEC Science Prize for Innovation, Research and Education (ASPIRE) 2018.
A national survey has revealed that female scientists are not getting the same opportunities for promotion or seniority as their male peers with similar qualifications and experience.
Zelda Therapeutics, an Australian-listed biotech focused on medical cannabis, has expanded its pancreatic cancer research collaboration agreement with Curtin University.
New worker mental health management guidelines are currently being canvassed, with community input accepted until mid-March, according to WorkCover Queensland.
Australia's future is at risk as performance declines amongst our maths and science students, says Science & Technology Australia (STA).
Projects outcomes include the development of 3D-printed materials for the vision impaired, improved grain crop production through better weed control and innovations in advanced composite paints.
The Prime Minister's Prizes for Science celebrate the achievements and successes of Australian scientists, teachers and innovators.
Dr Farideh Bischoff will lead the clinical program for MagSense cancer detection technology, to achieve regulatory approval as a diagnostic device for the early detection of malignant tumour cells.
Merck has acquired Australian listed cancer research firm Viralytics in a $502 million deal.
The 20th annual Science meets Parliament was attended in record-breaking numbers, bringing more than 240 Australian scientists to Canberra for a chance to meet with parliamentarians.
Professor Dayong Jin will spearhead the institute's efforts to create small, stable, inexpensive devices for disease diagnosis that are as easy to use as smartphones.